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The Motivational Effect of ICT on Pupils: A Department for Education and Skills Research Project 4RP/2002/050-3.

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title = "The Motivational Effect of ICT on Pupils: A Department for Education and Skills Research Project 4RP/2002/050-3.",
author = "Don Passey and Rogers, {C. G.} and J. Machell and G. McHugh",
note = "This research report publishes the findings of a research project funded by the DfES. The report influenced the development of future DfES projects in the area. The work further developed the blending of qualitative and quantitative approaches and pioneered the development of a rigorous and theoretically based conceptualisation of the impact of ICT upon student motivation in a range of school settings. This was achieved through the development of a 'profiling' approach to the assessment of characteristic motivational patterns within a school thereby enabling a research approach that is both theoretically sound and rigorous but also practicable and efficient. RAE_import_type : Research report for external body RAE_uoa_type : Education",
year = "2004",
month = "3",
day = "25",
language = "English",
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TY - GEN

T1 - The Motivational Effect of ICT on Pupils: A Department for Education and Skills Research Project 4RP/2002/050-3.

AU - Passey, Don

AU - Rogers, C. G.

AU - Machell, J.

AU - McHugh, G.

N1 - This research report publishes the findings of a research project funded by the DfES. The report influenced the development of future DfES projects in the area. The work further developed the blending of qualitative and quantitative approaches and pioneered the development of a rigorous and theoretically based conceptualisation of the impact of ICT upon student motivation in a range of school settings. This was achieved through the development of a 'profiling' approach to the assessment of characteristic motivational patterns within a school thereby enabling a research approach that is both theoretically sound and rigorous but also practicable and efficient. RAE_import_type : Research report for external body RAE_uoa_type : Education

PY - 2004/3/25

Y1 - 2004/3/25

M3 - Other contribution

ER -